Wikinger am Walchensee
Wike, Wikinger, Vikings Ships, Future Projects
Wikinger am Walchensee***Research for possible future project.
Viking prayer of love
Vikings Prayer, God Goddesses, Nor Goddesses, Nor Pagan, Witchi, Goddesses Blessed, Nordic Wiccan, Forest, Goddesses Prayer
#celtic #pagan #triskele #glastonbury #avalon #fairy #god #goddess
Dining Rooms, Crafts Ideas, Chairs Call, Einstein Chairs, Crafty Girls, Crafty Crap, Inga Haven, Call Einstein, Einstein Chairthi
The Einstein Chair... F-U-N!
The Einstein Chair-this will be my new dining room chairs-F-U-N!
Ingas Haven: A chair called Einstein
Arthur Rackham, Except, Polar Bears, Nor God, Google Search, Nor Mythology Art, Odin Riding, Norse God, Art Mythology
Odin rides to battle.
Norse myth images - Google Search
A Polar Bear's Tale: The horse Svaðilfari and its son Sleipnir
Bed Socks - Icelandic style
Beds Socks, Cozy Winter, Cozy Socks, Winter 201314, Wool Socks, Iceland Beds, Warm Socks, Diver Winter, Iceland Socks
Cozy socks <3
i adore. cozy winter.
Icelandic bed socks.
wool socks :)
BORDERS & FRONTIERS Iceland
Kerry Dean, Dean Httpbitlyhra4D8, White Pure, Colour Shades, Dean O'Gorman, Art Direction, Colour Inspiration, Fashion Photography, Dean Httpbitlyhra9X
Kadri Vahersalu by Kerry Dean for i-D / i-Sustain. Styled by Sam Willoughby. Hair by Selena Middleton. Makeup by Andrew Gallimore. #fashion #photography #femalephotographers
fragment of the "Gosford Cross" (Loki bound in "underworld" chains, attended by his loyal wife "Sigyn," and the Goddess of the Aesir)
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Gosforth Cross (bottom portion?), depicting Loki and Sigyn
For reference, here, again is the Gosforth Cross depiction of Loki's Punishment. Also shown is his faithful wife, goddess Sigyn.
A part of the Gosforth Cross showing, among other things a figure with a horn above a bound figure, usually interpreted to be Loki and Sigyn from Norse mythology. Signed "Magnus P". Date This photograph/reproduction published in 1913. The cross itself is medieval (possibly 10th century). Source Photographed from Finnur Jónsson (1913). Goðafræði Norðmanna og Íslendinga eftir heimildum. Híð íslenska bókmentafjelag, Reykjavík. Page 95. Author The original artist who made the Gosforth Cross is
Hrafnsmál - "Ravensong" (a valkyrie and raven having a conversation)
Anthony Frederick, The Ravens, Illustration, Ravens 1862, August Sandy, Valkyrie Speaking, Nor Mythology, Art Mythology, Frederick Augustus
A valkyrie speaks with a raven in a 19th century illustration of the Old Norse poem Hrafnsmál ("raven song") by Anthony Frederick Augustus Sandys
Valkyries speaking to the Ravens
A valkyrie speaks with a raven (1862) by Anthony Frederick Augustus Sandys
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Viking Brooch for front of apron dress
Image of an Aegishjalmur (pronounced Eeg-iss-yall-mer) on a bone pendant. The Aegishjalmur was a symbol used by Viking warriors to strike fear into their enemy, both for offensive and defensive purposes. Also known as the "Helm of Awe" it was normally placed on helmets, body armour and shields for the enemy to see it. Each branch is connected to the ancient Viking Runes under the Elder Furthark "alphabet".
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Norse symbol for protection.
Aegishjalmur Antler Pendant by IronHorseCollective on Etsy, $125.00
Beautiful viking charm. Meaning invincibility in battle
♂ Tribal Ethnic Exotic Man Fashion necklace Norse
Runic sigil on deer antler ( I think)
Viking wire weaving
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Viking Weaving How To - DIY Jewelry - Materials: craft wire in two sizes a wooden dowel (or fingers, or allen wrench) a draw plate (make one by drilling different sized holes in a board) wire cutters pliers awl hammer
Trichinopoly (Viking wire weaving) tutorial
Tangible Daydreams: Tutorial: Viking Wire Weaving
Viking Knitting Tutorial
Viking knit revisited. Full Tute. #Wire #Jewelry #Tutorials...
Tattoo Ideas, Badass Tattoo, Symbols, Vegvisir Tattoo, Tattoo Inspiration, Arm Tattoo, Icelandicvik Tattoo, Ink, Tattoo Artworks
The Wyrding Way VEGVISIR The Vegvisir is essentially a Runic compass. Its origins date back to a 17th century Icelandic grimoire known as the Galdrabok. This symbol is often inscribed in blood on the forehead and imparts a clear sense of direction so the user will not lose their way when traveling, particularly in rough weather. Follow link to read more!
Vegvisir protection rune | tattoo ideas | Pinterest
Vegvisir Tattoo "Not all who wander are lost"
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1977 Vintage Masonic Print - Odin, The Scandinavian Father-God - print from book - original vintage book print - frameable
Freyja and Svipdag
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Stolen from Kadi-cat Freyja and Svipdag illustrated by John Bauer in 1911 for Our Fathers' Godsaga by Viktor Rydberg.
arthur rackham illustrations - Google Search
<3 sorry, I do not know the artist.
Freja and Svipdag by John Bauer - Art Passions Fairy Tales - Fairies and Fairy Tale Art illustrations
Viking steel, bone and antler
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sami uses for antler - Google Search
Reproductions of Viking style bone and antler artefacts
Viking Steel, Bone and Antler
bone and antler
Barbers Tools, Horns Work, Bones Hair, Cloaks Pin, Bones Antlers, Bones Horns, Antlers Work, Needle Cases, Bones Tools
LOOKS LIKE BARBER TOOLS:)
Bone Antler Working
Bone Horn Work.
Reconstructions of Anglo-Saxon and Viking bonework. Buckles, strap-ends, combs, cloak pins, needles and needle case.
Tattoo Ideas, Kraken Tattoo, Awesome Tattoo, Art Prints, Celtic Kraken, Sea Monsters, Nor Tattoo, Celtic Octopuses, Squid Tattoo
Kraken Sea Monster | Kraken_by_verreaux (1)
deviantART Shop Framed Wall Art Prints & Canvas | Designs & Interfaces | Miscellaneous | Kraken by artist ~verreaux
Tribal kraken. This would be an awesome tattoo
Polynesian...ish.. squid tattoo design.
Vikings Woods Carvings, Stave Church, Norwegian Woods, Earth Tones, Carvings Woods, Kirk Ve, Celtic Carvings, Wood Carvings, Woodworking Carvings Patterns
Viking wood carving
Norwegian wood carving, probably from one of the Stave Churches or from one of the Viking ships.
Norwegian wood carving shades of brown earth tones
Viking treasure found near Arlanda but the script looks remarkably like Arabic?
Vikings, Celtic Design, Nor Knotwork, Celtic Weapons Swords, Celtic Culture, Celtic Knotwork Art, Knot Work, Axes, Blade Weapons
~Oh what an awesome AXE! Love the knot work. I bet it would chop very nicely. Just Sayin!~ Norse knot work. Notice the similarity to Celtic knot work. The vikings had outposts and capitols in Ireland from their raiding and the two cultures mingled.
Viking, Ancient Art Of Stones, Danishes Runes, Denmark Photos, Celtic, Runes Stones, Jell Stones, Jelling Stones, 9Th Century Runeston
Huge list of links to photos and drawings of Danish rune stones. This is one side of the big Jellinge stone in Jylland. #viking #norse
Jellinge stone in Jutland, Denmark photo via arild-hauge.com
A casting of the Snoldelev Stone, a 9th century runestone originally located at Snoldelev, Ramsø, Denmark. The original runestone is now at the National Museum in Copenhagen.
Viking Raven brooch, 8th Century CE, Scandinavia
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A Viking raven brooch from 8th-century Scandinavia. Ravens were the eyes and ears of Odin in Norse mythology.
Viking Age Raven Brooch 8th Century CE, Scandinavia
@Marin Mitchell Viking Raven brooch, 8th Century CE, Scandinavia
the inscription on the back is Frigga's blessing to Odin "Unharmed go forth, Unharmed return, Unharmed safe home"